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A news story that can be published or broadcast at any time
Suitable for transmission at any time; not urgent or time-dependent

Another change in the news was emphasis on “evergreen” features involving attractive children or animals, parades or fireworks, as well as local developments.

A tree or shrub that does not shed its leaves or needles seasonally
To extend the term of a patent beyond the normal legal limit, usually through repeated small modifications
More specifically, a conifer tree

Where lived a country boy named Johnny B. Goode.

Continually fresh or self-renewing; often used metaphorically
Of a document or dataset, continually up-to-date (as opposed to being published at regular intervals and being slightly outdated in-between those publication dates)
To set the repayment rate of a loan at or below the interest rate, so low that the principal will never be repaid
Of plants, especially trees, that do not shed their leaves seasonally

these three little creeping vines put forth their hands with joy, and spread over rock and hillock and twisted tree-root and mouldering log, in cloaks and scarves and wreaths of tiny evergreen, glossy leaves.

{n} a shrub that is green all the year
Remaining unwithered through the winter, or retaining unwithered leaves until the leaves of the next year are expanded, as pines cedars, hemlocks, and the like
{s} having green leaves all the year round (about a tree, shrub, etc.)
A television news story that can be shown at any time there is available space as it is not time-sensitive
A plant which retains its needles or leaves for more than one growing season
(of plants and shrubs) bearing foliage throughout the year
Retaining green foliage for more than one season
plants which retain their leaves throughout the year
adj Descibes coniferous trees which always have green leaves (or needles) even in the winter
The description of a tree or shrub that retains leaves all year round
trees and shrubs that retain their live, green leaves during the winter and for two or more growing seasons
More specifically, a conifer tree (e.g. pine, fir, cedar.)
Trees with needles or leaves that remain alive and on the tree through the winter and into the next growing season
{i} plant (or tree, shrub, etc.) which has green leaves all the year round
having green leaves throughout the year, the leaves of the past season not being shed until new leaves have been completely formed
A woody plant that retains its leaves throughout the winter These include broad-leaved evergreens (such as most rhododendrons and bayberries) and the more common needle evergreens (the pines, spruces, firs, and hemlocks)
Remaining green throughout the year, especially those trees that do not shed all leaves at one period
a plant having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year
An evergreen plant
Trees which retain green foliage throughout the year Not all conifers are evergreens An example is tamarack
A group of trees that do not lose all of their leaves every year but go through a gradual replacement by dropping only their oldest leaves each year Instead of being bare in winter, these trees have leaves all year
which remains verdant throughout the year
Perennial plant species that maintain a green appearance by retaining large portions of their foliage throughout the winter months Such species do not enter a period of winter dormancy and continue to photosynthesize and grow even during the coldest months of the year
A plant which retains its leaves or needles for more than one season, thus economizing on the nutrients and energy which go into the production of each leaf A useful adaptation in environments with low fertility and short growing seasons
Twigs and branches of evergreen plants used for decoration
or a softwood tree, keeps its foliage in the winter - like a pine!
A plant, shrub or tree that retains its foliage throughout the year Back to alphabetical list
Plants whose leaf cover remains alive year-round, though individual leaves may die and fall Includes species, such as Rhododendron, whose leaves go dormant and change color at the end of the growing season, then green up again for the new season Other evergreens, such as Pinus banksiana (Jack Pine), discard batches of leaves periodically Evergreens may have needles (pine and spruce, for instance) or "broad" leaves (holly and rhododendron) Perennial plants whose leaves all die at once (and usually fall) at the end of each growing season (i e maple trees) are deciduous
An "evergreen" can also be called a "conifer" or "softwood" tree However, it is inaccurate to call all conifers "pines"! There are only three native pine tree species in the U P (white, red & jack) and seven species of non-pine conifers (balsam fir, hemlock, cedar, black & spruce, tamarack, and yew) True pines (genus Pinus) make up only 15% of the number of conifers in the U P [To return to previous page, click your browser's BACK button then scroll through the page to your last location]
Trees which retain green foliage throughout the year Not all conifers are evergreens An example is larch, a deciduous conifer
An evergreen is a tree or bush which has green leaves all the year round. Holly, like ivy and mistletoe, is an evergreen. Evergreen is also an adjective. Plant evergreen shrubs around the end of the month. a tree or bush that does not lose its leaves in winter. Any plant that retains its leaves through the winter and into the following summer or through several years. Many tropical species of broad-leaved flowering plants are evergreen, but in cold-temperate and Arctic areas the evergreens commonly are cone-bearing shrubs or trees (conifers), such as pines and firs. The leaves of evergreens usually are thicker and more leathery than those of deciduous trees and often are needlelike or scalelike in cone-bearing trees. A leaf (or needle) may remain on an evergreen tree for two years or longer and may fall during any season
As opposed to deciduous trees and shrubs, evergreens maintain leaves all year Pines, Junipers, and Rhododendrons are all evergreens
a plant having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year (of plants and shrubs) bearing foliage throughout the year
having foliage that remains green and functional year-round
A tree which retains its foliage throughout the year Not synonymous with conifer - some broadleaved trees (examples: American Holly, Southern Magnolia, Live Oak) are evergreen
a plant having green leaves throughout the year
evergreen bittersweet
broad and bushy Asiatic twining shrub with pinkish fruit; many subspecies or varieties
evergreen blueberry
shrub of the eastern United States having shining evergreen leaves and bluish-black fruit
evergreen huckleberry
stiff bushy evergreen shrub of western North America having sour black berries and glossy green foliage used in floral arrangements
evergreen state
Washington; a nickname alluding to the abundance of evergreen trees
evergreen thorn
evergreen hawthorn of southeastern Europe
Chinese evergreen
A Chinese evergreen plant (Aglaonena modestum) cultivated as a houseplant for its dark green or occasionally variegated foliage
chinese evergreen
erect or partially climbing herb having large green or variegated leaves
plural of evergreen

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    fir, hedge, pine, pine tree




    /ˈevərˌgrēn/ /ˈɛvɜrˌɡriːn/


    [ 'e-v&r-"grEn ] (noun.) 1644. From ever +‎ green

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